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Free One More One Less Worksheets for Number Sequences

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Knowing number sequences and what comes next is a huge part of a math foundation. These one more or one less worksheets will help children practice counting and familiarizing themselves with numbers that come before or after a given number.

Learning these skills and having a solid reference will help with both addition and subtraction skills.


One More One Less Worksheets

Each worksheet has a set of 5 given numbers. Students can write in the number that comes before and after. They can also practice their cutting and pasting skills and cut the numbers from the bottom of the worksheet. Next, they paste the numbers in sequence.

The clip art is also fun and perfect for a “back to school theme”. Children will love coloring the characters when they finish the activity.


One More, One Less Worksheet Pg 5

Digital Practice for Back to School Learning

If you have access to technology and would like to incorporate digital activities into your lessons, there are themed lessons for each of the months in the shop.


Kindergarten Math Skills include:

  • identifying numbers
  • counting on
  • adding one
  • subtracting one

Common Core State Standards for Kindergarten Math

Identify whether the number of objects in one group is greater than, less than, or equal to the number of objects in another group, e.g., by using matching and counting strategies.

Understand that each successive number name refers to a quantity that is one larger.

Understand the relationship between numbers and quantities; connect counting to cardinality.

This pre-k or K worksheets resource will work in the classroom or in a distance learning setting. It is great for a review of Kindergarten skills and works great as a summer packet as well.

Learn about adding and subtracting by one with these 'One More Than' and 'One Less Than' 1st Grade and Kindergarten math worksheets.

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